Statistics South Africa reports on the number of liquidations since the year started.
Recent data from Stats SA may not reflect the real situation that businesses face.
Data on private sector building plans show a boom in demand for residential building developments in the Western Cape - while demand in Gauteng is declining.
The latest data from Statistics South Africa's Quarterly Employment Survey (QES) shows which workers in the country’s formal, non-agricultural sectors earn the best average salaries.
Cabinet is holding a lekgotla to discuss the way forward for South Africa's economy and specific talking point of the meeting is the country's cost of living crisis.
New data from Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) shows that the total number of liquidations decreased by 1.6% in May 2022 compared with the same period a year ago.
Statistics South Africa has published its latest consumer price index, showing that annual headline inflation jumped to 5.9% in December 2021, up from 5.5% in November 2021.
Statistics South Africa has published the latest Quarterly Employment Survey (QES) up until September 2021, showing what workers are getting paid across the various sectors in the country.
South Africa's annual consumer inflation accelerated to its highest reading in more than four years in November 2021, driven mostly by rising transport costs.
One of the key findings of the survey is the heavy reliance on grants by much of the population, with more than a quarter of respondents now relying on grants as their main source of income.